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In Charts: Is financial cybercrime really a big threat to India’s economy?

15 December, 2016

Ever since India demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, the government has been pushing the idea of a cashless economy. Newspapers and TV channels have been bombarded with government-sponsored advertisements goading people in a country where up to 98% payments are made in cash to use debit and credit cards, mobile wallets and other digital payment systems. 


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In Charts: Is financial cybercrime really a big threat to India’s economy?

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